Babies and toddlers will be entertained and engaged by this book. They will identify with the activities and objects it shows because it is all about what happens in a child's day, at home, at school and out and about. My First 1000 Words shows 1000 objects and activities... read more
My First 1000 Animals presents an enormous variety of animals living in the world's diverse habitats. Creatures of all kind attract children's attention, as will the charming illustrations in this book. The animals are organized by where they live. Children will be amaz... read more
In this charming book, children will delight in the sounds animals make as they come together to help a young bird find a friend.
It's spring and everywhere birds are calling out to each other. But one bird has forgotten which sound to make. He tries "Wo... read more
|Author:||Carol Roth; Sean Julian (Illustrator)|
It's time for Roth's Five Little Ducklings to go to school. Four little ducklings are excited, but the fifth little duckling is sad. But their Mama reminds them that even though they'll be apart for a little while, they'll still be in each others' hearts. Full color.
Younger readers can build early mathematics skills like counting, number recognition, understanding relative quantity and size, and more with this large, sturdy lift-the-flap book teeming with humorous vignettes set at a rambunctious circus. Full color.
One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, shut the door . . . . Nine, ten, big fat hen! Now young children can enjoy a popular nursery rhyme and learn to count, too. Keith Baker's delightful illustrations filled with eggs and chicks (and bugs) are sure to tickle little ones for hours of read-aloud fun.
While teaching upper- and lowercase letters to preschoolers, Ehlert introduces fruits and vegetables from around the world. A glossary at the end provides interesting facts about each food.
A ducky new bedtime tale from the creators of "Where's My Mommy?" It's bedtime for the five little ducklings. The first little duckling says, "Okay. It's been a very busy day." The second little duckling says, "Come on! Let's go and put our jammies on." But when ... read more
• Each page is split in half so that children can flip the top or bottom half of the pages to match up all the words and pictures.• Includes colourful photographs of familiar, everyday things with clear, simple text.• Covers key early-learning skills and ... read more
|Author:||Felicity Brooks; Sophia Touliatou (Illustrator)|
"A number book like no other, introducing children to the significance of different numbers and the things they are associated with. Did you know that an octopus has three hearts, every snowflake has six points, giraffes have seven bones in their necks, cloud cove... read more
Count from one to ten with apes and primates. One gorilla, two orang-utangs and three chimpanzees. Explore the family of primates and learn to count from one to ten with former Children's Laureate in this exquisite picture book for the youngest of children.&... read more
A vivid introduction to numeracy and counting with breath-taking pictures to illustrate the number on each page. Children can learn numbers one to ten and then count in tens all the way up to 100.